'Positive disruption: health and education in a digital age' - new report

The Pathways for Prosperity Commission released a new report which argues that well-considered investments in digital technology can transform global health and education systems across the developing world, but too often they fail to deliver impact at scale.

'Positive disruption: health and education in a digital age' report offers four core principles to ensure funders and policymakers avoid the pitfalls of inappropriate adoption and poor implementation of technology and chose solutions that will offer better health and education for all.